[zeromq-dev] Copyrights in the source files
sustrik at 250bpm.com
Mon Oct 31 12:28:35 CET 2011
On 10/31/2011 12:26 PM, Martin Lucina wrote:
> The way I've seen it done in other projects is:
> - If you create a new source file, you add the requisite license header and
> copyright (whether your own, or that of a company)
> - When you submit a patch to an existing source file, if you (the
> submitter) perceive that you have modified a substantial portion of that
> file, or if you simply care enough about having your copyright listed,
> you add in your copyright statement to the affected file. Again, no
> distinction between individual and company.
> This does not in any way change the policy of adding all authors to the
> AUTHORS file.
> What do you think?
No preference either way. However, if the copyrights are listed in the
source files what is AUTHORS file good for?
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